News Releases

5/24/16

A Cleveland Hill High School senior bested more than 900 regional students in MoneySKILL® Mania, an in-school financial literacy challenge sponsored by the UB School of Management and M&T Bank.

5/18/16

After two years of leadership development and enrichment opportunities, the first cohort of School of Management undergraduate honors students are ready to advance their careers.

5/16/16

Seventeen School of Management graduates received awards during the school’s 2016 commencement ceremonies.

5/16/16

Title III of the JOBS Act allows individuals to invest in private startups and small businesses — a practice previously restricted to wealthier, accredited investors and institutions.

5/13/16

After their first year of the three-semester Finance Academy program, 35 finance master’s students are armed with real-world experience and a strong set of soft skills.

5/4/16

Soon, Alec Schon won’t just be learning about accounting standards — he’ll be helping to set them at the Governmental Accounting Standards Board.

4/27/16

When establishing goals for their organization, managers should avoid setting overly ambitious goals because they can hurt productivity, market performance and employee morale, according to new School of Management research.

4/27/16

The School of Management honored outstanding student interns, as well as individuals and organizations that have significantly impacted students’ career development, on April 21.

4/27/16
BUFFALO, N.Y. — A team of five University at Buffalo students proved they could successfully defend a business from nefarious computer hackers and took first place in the third annual Lockdown cyberdefense competition April 9 in the UB School of Management.
4/25/16

More than 900 high school students from across Western New York are putting their knowledge of everyday finances to the test during MoneySKILL® Mania, an in-school financial literacy challenge sponsored by the UB School of Management and M&T Bank.